Every member of the House of Representatives is now eagerly campaigning for re-election. You can contact your member of the U.S. House, by phone, online, and by visiting the nearest campaign headquarters, and politely but firmly express your belief that the Internet Of Things is being established too quickly, with too little restraint.
People who carry large amounts of might intend to use it for a variety of other, legal things. The government doesn’t have the right to know what everybody does with their money. We have the right, established by the Fourth Amendment, to keep such information private if we want to.
The U.S. Marshals Service is coordinating a program of deception in the courtroom, according to emails from law enforcement officers about their interaction with networks of Stingray surveillance that branch out from federal agencies into state and local police.